- The ICONS Project collects personal information as part of its on-line registration procedures and other day-to-day business practices. Collected data is used to enable and facilitate participation in ICONS Project programs and simulations.
- Data is also generated by participants during the course of ICONS programs and simulations, particularly those programs and simulations utilizing ICONSnet, the Project's on-line simulation platform.
- Users who do not provide required information may be unable to participate in ICONS programs and simulations.
- Designated ICONS Project technical and non-technical staff have access to data collected or generated in the course of ICONS programs and simulations. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, the ICONS Project has established physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect. Access to participant and simulation data within the Project's administrative information systems and ICONSnet is regulated and secured at the application level via standard authentication routines requiring a simulation number, username, and password. Access at the database and server levels is further regulated and secured via usernames and passwords, as well as designated database user roles and privileges.
- You may inspect, amend, or correct registration and other personally-identifying information you have provided by contacting the ICONS Project at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Personal information is not generally available for public inspection, although information may be shared among offices within the university, the university system of Maryland, and outside entities as necessary or appropriate in the conduct of legitimate ICONS Project and/or university business and consistent with applicable law.
- The ICONS Project does not sell, exchange, rent, trade, or otherwise make available personal data to other parties for marketing or sales.
- Additional information is available at http://www.nethics.umd.edu/dive-in/privacy.html.